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What will be the gaming performance difference between stock r7 3700x vs oc r7 3700x 

Paired with a 1080ti 

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A few frames at best in some games. Ryzen 3000 CPU's aren't great overclockers, unfortunately. Either way you'll be just fine pairing up with a 1080ti.

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2 hours ago, BigDamn said:

A few frames at best in some games. Ryzen 3000 CPU's aren't great overclockers, unfortunately. Either way you'll be just fine pairing up with a 1080ti.

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Running stock will most likely even be better for gaming as it allows the CPU to boost to higher frequencies on a few cores than you can expect to reach with any overclock (on "normal" cooling). As many of the current games still scale more with frequency than threadcount the higher boost clocks on a stock Zen2-CPU often help.

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Yes , going for gaming on stock so i dont need to buy a heavy budget motherboard and cooler

Would invest money on extra ssd ( currently have 128 ) and 16 gb of good ram ( any suggestion )

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